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A Man Busted For Meth Tricked The Police (And TMZ) Into Thinking He Was Scott Weiland

The tabloids and gossip blogs were abuzz yesterday with news that former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland was back in jail, and had been for a month, after he was busted lifting toiletries from a drug store. 645 more words

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Scott Weiland Arrest Drama

TMZ reported that Scott Weiland (ex-Stone Temple Pilots, ex-Velvet Revolver) had been arrested for possessing Meth and trying to steal some razor blades. Later, Weiland posted a video, on his… 208 more words


Slash Gives Fans "30 Years to Life"

Back in June, Slash and Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators announced that they would be releasing a new album together called World on Fire. 171 more words


Duff Mckagan: Scott Weiland era of Velvet Revolver is over

Duff McKagan has said in interview that the Scott Weiland era of Velvet Revolver is over.

Weiland said last month that he was hoping to arrange an “easy money” return to the VR fold, and then just this week said that he had been through “cattle call” procedures with a view to getting his old job back. 161 more words


Concert Review + Photos: Scott Weiland, Second Pass @ The Danforth Music Hall

By: Adam Harrison (@AdamRHarrison) -

The shades were on, scarf wrapped, jacket unzipped and the megaphone was on for the hard rock veteran, Scott Weiland. 466 more words


Velvet Revolver feat. Scott Weiland?


Hell no. 

…but maybe?

According to Slash, Scott Weiland is not and will not be fronting Velvet Revolver ever again. Weiland was kicked out of the band six years ago and though many have tried to fill his role as frontman, VR has not named a permanent replacement. 111 more words

Velvet Revolver 2.0

Velvet Revolver is a band whose name you probably haven’t heard for a while. That is because a staggering six years have passed since Scott Weiland left the band, but finally, last week the band’s status, and more importantly their lack of singer, was addressed by bassist Duff McKagan. 467 more words